finitely functionally compact
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A Hausdorff space X is finitely functionally compact (abbreviated as FFC) if each continuous function from X into a space with finite point-inverses is closed.
R.F. Dickman, Jr. and J.R. Porter, Between minimal Hausdorff and compact Hausdorff spaces, Topology Proc. Vol.9 (1984), p.243-268.